Top 5 Salesforce Resources You Should Have in Your Arsenal
There are a ton of useful resources online to help you get the best out of Salesforce. Below are 5 that we thought to share with you. Enjoy!
Once you stop learning you start dying. Salesforce will not have any of its admins, users and developers shrivel, let alone die…hence Salesforce Trailhead. Trailhead is a platform designed to help carve out a guided learning path for Salesforce users. It takes the guesswork out of the learning path by providing structure, goals and badges. Click here to start learning for free. PS: You can show off how awesome you are on social media by sharing your badges as you earn them.
Apex code Workbook
Developers…come closer! We’ve got an Apex workbook to share with you. This workbook provides an introduction to both the Apex programming language, as well as the contexts in which you can use Apex—such as triggers. This workbook is not for beginners as it assumes that you have some programming background. It is more suited to intermediate and advanced developers. Dig in!
Aren’t we all excited about the new Salesforce Lightning experience? Maybe a little confused? Well, this book is intended for administrators and developers who want to learn about and migrate to Salesforce’s new Lightning Experience. Hey, you know, I am genuinely interested in your thoughts about Salesforce Lightning. So, please leave a comment in the comment box below. Thanks!
Salesforce User Groups
Are you a believer in community? Believe that the more, the merrier? Totally love to hang out with people who live and breathe Salesforce? Then, consider joining a Salesforce user group in your area. The cool thing about these groups is that some of them meet online. User groups? What are those? Glad that you asked. They are customer-organized groups that meet online and in-person to network, share ideas and get tips on how to get the most out of Salesforce. Happen to be in the East Bay area? You’re in luck! Fremont Salesforce User Group is hosting a meetup event on July 20th 2016. Find out more here.
Salesforce Developers Blog
God forbid that we did not include the Salesforce Developers Blog on this list. If you are a Salesforce user, admin and developer, you definitely what to bookmark this space to keep yourself informed of new content from Salesforce.
There you have it! A round up of 5 great resources that are sure to help you in your Salesforce journey. Are there other resources that you believe are worth sharing with the Salesforce world? Please let us know in the comments below.